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I shoot raw with a Sony A7sII and I am really satisfied with the results of the image previews, until I import them into Lightroom. Lightroom shows the processing thumbnail which reflects how I perceived the image in camera, but it then immediately processes the RAW in a different way with the colors dramatically off.
I am using Lightroom 2015.3 with Camera Raw 9.3, for reference.
Lightroom has a "Camera Calibration" feature in the Develop Settings which is always set to Profile Adobe Standard by default, with the 2012 process. Some of the other profiles more so reflect what I saw in camera and the thumbnail, but after Lightroom processes a RAW for its own catalogue preview, there is no way to undo it for reference. This is very aggravating and I will probably just shoot RAW+JPG to get around it, but this makes my shooting slow down in the field and is less practical.
Is there any way get the RAW processing more reflective of what I perceived in camera for the Sony A7 files?